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Remove Skin Moles At Home  

 

Skin moles are in most cases harmless growths on the skin. They are small raised bumps that are usually black or brown in color. Moles are a little tricky and can be the earliest signs of skin cancer.  

 

It is strongly recommended if you have skin  moles that have changed shape, changed color or begin to bleed that you have them checked by a Dermatologist just to be on the safe side.  

 

You can safely remove skin moles at home once you are cleared by the dermatologist. Some folks naturally have more skin moles than others thanks to their genetics. Usually they do not cause any discomfort but most people prefer to have them removed for aesthetic purposes.  

 

 

The How To’s 

 

There are a host of ways to remove skin moles at home from what seems to be plausible to the simply strange. For example, crushing an aspirin and making a paste and applying it to the mole and covering it with a bandage probably will work because the properties found in the aspirin will cause the mole to shrivel up and fall away.  

 

You can also use apple cider vinegar twice a day swabbed on with a cotton swab and left to air dry. A paste of castor oil and baking soda also will also work. Each of these remedies will take at least a week in some cases two, depending on the size of the mole.  

 

Using the juice of black walnuts that are just about to be ripe, might work but frankly unless you have access to a black walnut tree this remedy is simply not practical. Using pure honey is also suggested as an at home remedy but this is another trick that simply relies on preventing the mole from breathing, you can accomplish this with a piece of duct tape and avoid getting sticky in the process.  

 

 

Store Bought Remedies 

 

Most remedies that are used to remove warts can also be used to remove moles. You want to be super cautious with the store bought compounds to avoid healthy skin surrounding the mole to avoid any potential damage to the healthy skin.  

 

You should also avoid using any home remedy around the eyes whether it is store bought or something you have in your cupboard. The potential for damaging the eyes is simply to great to risk.  

 

You can expect to pay less than $20 for an over the counter preparation. Follow the directions carefully on the label of the product to avoid any problems.  

 

You can safely remove skin moles at home which will save you a fortune in doctors bills.  

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